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Formation of Mass
By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

Both a negative DP and positive DP are freed from the crystalline lattice when the bonding of the lattice is sufficiently disturbed to fully separate out a DP from the crystalline order of the Sea.  The classic example of such a formation is the close passage of a  ray near the nucleus of a heavy atom.  Once separated, this free DP polarizes the DP Sea in the surrounding space in response to the polarity of that free DP.

For example: a Positive DP separated out from its 6 Negative DPs in a cloud will now be in an environment where it does not fit in without stressing that crystalline order.  Thus, the free Positive DP will repel other Positive DPs and attract other Negative DPs.  The charges enrolled in this assembly will comprise the substance of the positron mass.  (The same will occur for a free negative DP as it forms an electron mass.)

More complex masses such as the proton, neutron, quark, muons, pions, and the rest of the particle zoo are assemblies of many negative DPs and positive DPs in configurations much more complex than the electron and positron mass.  Each of the assemblies of DPs that form the subatomic zoo particles may be held together by being in a set of quantum energies which allow the particle configurations to exist in discreet energy wells that maintain their structure against the forces of repulsion.  This energy well concept may be the basis of the “Strong Force” which holds protons and neutrons in close proximity in the nucleus.  Thus, the DPs compose the internal structure of all particles of mass.  Possibly it is the principle of the quantum energy wells that operates to hold the nuclear particles together as well as the electron orbital structure.

The DPs in unstressed space (i.e. a space where there are no fields or mass) are in an “at rest” distance.  Absolute distance is measured in terms of the number of Grid Points between two points.  When an EM wave passes through a space, the DPs move in response to the force exerted by the E and B field of that passing EM wave, and the orderly equidistant DP-DP structure of space is thereby distorted.